Indoor Activities for Seniors- Staying Active When the Weather Is Bad

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Staying both physically and mentally active is important for everyone, but it’s especially important for seniors. This is pretty easy when the weather is nice and you can get outside, but it’s a little more challenging to keep your mind and body active when the weather takes a turn for the worse. Whether it’s too hot, too cold, or too stormy sometimes you end up stuck indoors for days on end. Here are some ideas of indoor activities that you can do to keep yourself busy despite being stuck inside. Join an indoor fitness program. Physical activity promotes health, reduces depression, increases circulation, and improves strength and mobility. When you can’t get outside it can be difficult to stay physically active. Joining a group exercise class, aqua therapy, or even enlisting the services of our personal trainer will give you the opportunity and the motivation to keep moving. Organize a game night with friends. Card games are fun, mentally stimulating and a great way to increase socialization. If you’re not a fan of cards, test your skills with a variety of board games. Make it a weekly game night, rain or shine, to help keep your mind sharp and strengthen friendships. Attend concerts and shows. Be sure to check the facility event calendar often and take advantage of any concerts or shows offered. Music is incredibly stimulating for the brain, and it will do you good to get out and about rather than just being stuck in your home. Take up a hobby. If you don’t already have a hobby that you enjoy, it’s time to take one up. Hobbies offer something productive to do and open up the opportunity for conversations with others that share your interests. If you already have a favorite hobby, consider offering a class for your friends to teach them all about it. Hit the library. There is no better place to expand your mind than at the library. Grab some classics, try a new genre, or challenge yourself to learn something new. You might even consider joining or starting a weekly book club to discuss your current read with others. Attend lectures. You will regularly find guest speakers listed on our events calendar giving lectures on various topics. This is another excellent opportunity to learn something new or expand your knowledge on a favorite topic. Take an art class. Maybe you’ve always wanted to learn to paint or sculpt. Engaging in creative art activities is another way to help keep your mind sharp. Plus you’ll have something beautiful at the end to display in your home and bring you joy. Attend worship services. Faith is an important part of many people’s lives. Gathering together to worship with fellow believers helps to strengthen that faith and renew your mind and spirit. Getting involved in a weekly Bible study will also give you the opportunity to interact with and discuss matters that are important to you with others. Go shopping. Bad weather doesn’t mean you have to skip your daily walk. Just change the location where you are walking. Whether you’re buying anything or not, go on a shopping trip when the weather’s too bad to get outside. You’ll be able to get your daily steps in while in the AC in summer while staying warm in winter, and without getting wet when it’s raining. All of these amenities and more are available to the residents here at Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, where we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead a socially active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special!

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10 Ways Downsizing Is Beneficial For Seniors

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People get excited about spring cleaning for a reason. It feels good to get rid of clutter and release things that are no longer useful to us. Every single thing that you own requires some small amount of your attention whether you use it or not. Minimizing your belongings can bring more freedom to your life and reduce stress. But those are not the only benefits. Let’s take a look at 10 ways that downsizing can be beneficial for older adults.

  1. It makes moving easier. Whether you’re considering moving to a senior living facility or simply downsizing your home, letting go of unneeded possessions means less stuff to pack and move.
  2. Clearing out the clutter will help make room for assistive devices or home modifications to make your life easier. Clearing out extra furniture and unused items can make room for an accessible bathroom installation or handrails to be installed to assist you with mobility. You’ll also be able to maneuver mobility devices like canes or walkers more safely and easily without a lot of junk in your way.
  3. Downsizing could also make room for a family member or caregiver to move in and live on-site to assist you 24/7 if you happen to need round-the-clock care.
  4. When you donate your unused items to charity it benefits people in your community who are in need. You’ll feel better knowing the items are being put to good use rather than collecting dust in your garage or attic.
  5. Downsizing makes cleaning easier. With fewer things to clean and take care of, house cleaning is a breeze. Letting go of things you no longer love and use will allow you to take better care of the things you do cherish.
  6. If you’re downsizing a house full of high-quality items you can use this as an opportunity to make some extra money. Enlist the help of some friends and family to help organize a weekend sale on the lawn to turn your discarded items into cash.
  7. For those with mobility issues, clearing out clutter makes your home safer. Moving out extra furniture can help open up walkways and make navigating your home easier.
  8. When things accumulate over the years you don’t realize just how much space they actually take up. Clearing things out and leaving just the essentials will make your home not only look better but also feel bigger and more modern and minimalistic.
  9. With a better arrangement inside your home, you may find it easier to entertain friends and family. Minimalist open spaces are perfect for hosting gatherings inside your home. Having more room for company translates into a better and more active social life.
  10. It can be difficult to let go of things that you’ve owned for many years, especially if they have any sentimental value attached to them. But if they are no longer useful to you, you will feel better after you release them so that someone else can have the chance to enjoy them.

It’s easy to see that a clean and uncluttered home is good for your mental and physical well-being. If you are downsizing in preparation for moving to a senior living facility contact the senior care experts at Ashbridge Manor Senior Living and we can help make your transition an easy one. We pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead a socially active lifestyle to improve their health and wellbeing. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special!

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How Seniors Can Benefit From Aqua Therapy

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  It’s well known that staying active and getting exercise regularly is essential to staying healthy and aging well. Exercise and an active lifestyle in the senior years are associated with better health overall, but especially dementia prevention and lower risk of falling. So for older adults that want to stay as healthy as possible as they age, exercise is not negotiable. But health problems common to seniors such as arthritis can make exercise a real challenge. This is where aqua therapy can step in and provide a solution by allowing seniors to engage in regular exercise while taking it easy on arthritic joints. What is Aqua Therapy? Aqua therapy is a form of physical therapy that is great for all ages and ability levels but is particularly wonderful for aging adults. It takes place in a pool heated to the ideal temperature of 83-88 degrees. This temperature is important because it increases circulation and loosens tight tissues for more freedom of movement. This therapy occurs in a group setting but can be performed in private sessions if need be. Aqua therapy can include a wide range of exercises ranging from water aerobics to strength training to gentle stretches and is useful for treating injuries, rehabilitation, and general health and fitness. 5 Ways Aqua Therapy Benefits Seniors

  1. Boosts Mood and Reduces Anxiety- Just like any other form of exercise, aqua therapy releases endorphins, sometimes called feel-good hormones, that help to boost mood and reduce feelings of anxiety. Being in the water also has relaxing benefits that can even further reduce anxiety. And the group setting of most aqua therapy sessions provides much-needed social interaction that helps combat feelings of anxiety and loneliness.
  2. Natural Low Impact Resistance- Lifting weights and running on treadmills may be too high impact for aged, injured, or arthritic joints. Water provides a natural resistance to tone and build muscle while being very gentle on joints. Water also provides natural buoyancy that takes the weight off of sore joints and makes some exercises in water possible that would be too painful to do otherwise.
  3. Improves Heart Health- Just because aqua therapy is gentle doesn’t mean it’s intense. Exercise in water is an excellent way to raise the heart rate to get the aerobic workout that is so important for good cardiovascular health. Aquatic exercise may reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke by conditioning the heart and lungs to work more efficiently.
  4. Increases Strength and Improves Balance- Falls are a major concern for older adults. As we age we tend to lose muscle strength. This and other health issues can have a huge impact on our balance. As a result, we become less steady on our feet and more prone to falling. Exercising in the water helps strengthen and build muscle and “fighting” against the movement of the water improves balance to reduce the risk of falling. Exercising in water is also safer for seniors with a history of falls because if you do happen to fall during therapy the water will prevent a hard impact that could result in injury.
  5. Reduces Swelling and Pain- The force that liquid places on the molecules in the body when it’s immersed in water is called hydrostatic pressure. This pressure is present even if there is no movement at all. Simply being submerged in water can help force excess fluids out of the tissues to reduce swelling, relieve pain, and improve circulation and range of motion.

Before beginning any exercise program it’s always best to consult with your doctor. If your doctor determines that aqua therapy is right for you, you can take full advantage of Ashbridge Manor’s pool and fitness center as well as our personal trainer and on-site therapists. You’ll also have the opportunity to take part in group exercise programs or even design your own aquatic exercise program if you wish.  At Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead a socially active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special!.

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Physical Therapy Can Improve Balance Issues

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Balance issues are a common problem among aging adults. Many factors can contribute to balance problems among seniors. Things like medication side effects and health problems are sometimes to blame, but more often than not it’s simply a matter of weakened muscles.. As balance issues get worse senior’s often limit their physical activities more due to fear of falling, and this only worsens the problem as muscles weaken even further. If you or a loved one is suffering from problems with balance physical therapy can help correct these issues and help regain mobility and independence. Healthcare Providers Help Identify Contributing Factors When you’re experiencing problems with balance, the first thing you should do is discuss the issue with your healthcare provider to rule out health problems and medication side effects. Once your doctor gives the all-clear on your health they can refer you to a physical therapist. The physical therapist will go over your health history as well as evaluate anything that might be affecting balance such as flexibility, joint injuries, or weakened muscle groups. They will then work with your medical team to develop a plan to address the potential causes and help you to regain your balance. Types of Physical Therapy There are different types of physical therapy that are used to correct specific problems with balance. For example, if tight muscles and tissues are limiting flexibility manual therapy where the therapist massages the muscles and soft tissue to relax them may be in order. This may be coupled with a range of motion exercises to increase flexibility. If swelling and inflammation are contributing factors, cold therapy with ice packs may be implemented. Heat therapy may be used to help loosen and relax tight tissues, especially before exercise. Hydrotherapy which involves a gentle exercise in a heated pool may be prescribed to strengthen muscles while protecting injured or arthritic joints. And the therapist will often use strengthening exercises to target specific muscle groups that have become weak over time. Physical Therapy is Tailored to Your Needs Your physical therapist will set goals for you to meet through your therapy and as you progress and meet those goals your therapy will change to accommodate your current needs. As your balance improves you’ll be ready to take on new challenges to help you progress even further. The end goal of physical therapy is to make your everyday tasks easier and increase mobility and independence. While balance problems are common they shouldn’t be accepted as normal. Growing older doesn’t have to mean that you’re unsteady on your feet. If you have difficulty getting around safely on your own, have recently fallen or have a history of falls, or if you are recovering from a stroke, surgery, or injury that has left you with balance issues, talk to your healthcare provider and ask if physical therapy is right for you. It could be the missing link that could help you improve your balance and get back to living a healthy, active lifestyle again. At Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead a socially active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special!.

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The Importance of Sunscreen for Aging Skin

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Warmer days mean more people are getting outside and enjoying the nice weather. Folks head off on beach vacations, spend time in the pool, and garden, and just sit outside soaking up some sun with a friend. This provides an excellent boost for vitamin D levels, but enjoying time outdoors must be done safely by wearing sunscreen, especially if you’re an older adult. Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting older adults. Most older adults today were either born or grew up in a time when sunscreen did not exist or was virtually nonexistent. This means that many may have already suffered sun damage to their skin in their younger years which puts them at a higher risk for developing skin cancer. Not to mention that only 15 minutes of exposure to UV light from the sun can lead to damage.  Sunscreen prevents further sun damage and helps to minimize the risks of developing skin cancer. But skin cancer isn’t the only concern. Sun damage also accelerates the skin’s aging process. As we age our skin becomes more delicate making it more vulnerable to the damaging effects of the sun. The last thing we want to do is make those hands of time spin faster! So, what can the over 50 crowd do to protect their skin?

  • Apply an SPF 30 or higher sunscreen to all exposed skin at least 15 minutes before going outdoors to allow it time to soak in fully.
  • Don’t sunbathe or use tanning beds. If a tan is desired use a sunless tanning lotion or get a spray tan.
  • Choose light-colored, lightweight clothing and keep as much skin covered as possible while still staying cool.
  • Wear a wide-brimmed hat when out in the sun.
  • Eyes need UV protection too, so always wear sunglasses.
  • Stay in the shade as much as possible, especially between 10 am and 2 pm when the sun is the strongest.
  • Reapply sunscreen every 2 hours while outdoors.

Following these tips will allow older adults to enjoy their time outdoors this summer while protecting their aging skin from overexposure to damaging UV rays. At Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead a socially active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special!.

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A Senior's Guide to Safely Enjoying the Outdoors in Summer

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Summer can be a time of fun and adventure, but it can also be a time of concern for older adults. As we age our bodies change, and health problems and medications can make us more susceptible to heat, humidity, and sun exposure. A study by researchers at Duke University found that over 80% of heat-related deaths each year are in people aged 60 and over, but that doesn’t mean that you have to spend the summer indoors. Following a few safety tips will ensure that you enjoy all of your summer activities safely. Stay Hydrated Seniors don’t typically sweat or recognize thirst as easily as younger people which puts them at greater risk of dehydration. Add in diuretic medications used to treat things like high blood pressure, kidney disease, or congestive heart, and you have a situation where the body is losing fluids faster than they are being taken in. To prevent becoming dehydrated, drink plenty of fluids before heading outside, and take extra water with you. It’s also a good idea to have a sports drink available to replenish electrolytes in case of excessive sweating. Protect Yourself From the Sun Our skin thins as we get older. This along with side effects from certain medications make aging skin more susceptible to the sun. Before heading out, apply sunscreen with an SPF 30 or higher, and don’t forget the often-overlooked places like the ears, upper lip, and tops of the feet and hands. Wear lightweight, light-colored, loose clothing to help keep cool while offering even more sun protection, and don’t forget a hat and sunglasses. Know When to Stay Indoors Getting outdoors is a wonderful way to get exercise and fresh air to boost your mood and improve overall health, but there are times when it’s best to stay indoors. The sun is strongest between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. This is also the hottest part of the day. If you are susceptible to the heat and/or sun you should stay in the shade during this time and venture out in the early morning and evening hours. And on those days when the temperature and humidity outside are soaring, stay inside in air conditioning or in front of a fan. At Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead a socially active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special! Ashbridge Manor is a safe, COVID-free senior living community.

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The Importance of Socialization in Our Senior Years

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As we grow older the need for love, companionship, and the support of friends and family does not decrease. In fact, as we enter the retirement years it becomes even more important to maintain a healthy social life. With 3 out of every 10 seniors in the US living alone, this can be challenging. Today we will look at the benefits of a healthy social life, the risk of not socializing, and tips for avoiding isolation. Why Socialization is So Important Maintaining healthy relationships is vital no matter your age, but for seniors, social connections are vitally important. Without consistent social interaction loneliness and isolation inevitably lead to depression and despair. Being socially active also relieves stress. When someone is busy interacting with friends and has someone to talk about their problems with they are generally more relaxed and optimistic. Social circles become accountability partners for seniors when it comes to health. Keeping to oneself makes it easy to neglect our health, but socializing gives the motivation to be more physically active and not neglect self-care. And having somewhere to go, something to do, and someone to do it with simply makes life seem more meaningful. Health Benefits of Socialization Seniors who regularly participate in social activities experience a number of health benefits and tend to live longer. With less mental and emotional stress and increased physical activity, social seniors tend to have lower blood pressure, fewer aches, and pains, stronger immune systems, and fewer health issues due to higher activity levels. Socially active people tend to have fewer cognitive issues as well. Social contact provides intellectual engagement and promotes mental alertness which protects against cognitive decline. Seniors who are isolated are at far greater risk of depression, chronic health issues, memory loss, and dementia. Increasing Socialization Socialization doesn’t always happen naturally for many older people. Living alone far away from family increases the risks of social isolation, but there are things seniors can do to ensure they get the social interaction they need. It can be as simple as going shopping with a friend or neighbor for the day. Other strategies to increase socialization are to take on a part-time job, relocate to an assisted living facility or retirement community, organize activities with other seniors, utilize community resources like religious organizations or senior centers, and most importantly, maintain close contact with children, grandchildren, and other family members even if you don’t live nearby. At Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead a socially active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special! Ashbridge Manor is a safe, COVID-free senior living community.

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Try These 6 Outdoor Spring Hobbies for Seniors

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Spring is well underway and it’s the perfect time to head outside to enjoy some fresh air and sunshine. If you’re a senior that loves spending time enjoying nature, there are numerous outdoor activities for you to try that are perfect for spring. Here are five activities that will help inspire you to get outside when the weather is nice. Container Gardening There are many benefits to gardening, and while many seniors aren’t able to use heavy garden equipment or get down on their hands and knees to work the soil, containers can be placed on a table or windowsill at a level where they are easy to tend. Container gardens are also easier to maintain as they require only water, fertilizer, and sunshine with little to-know-weeding. Flowers, herbs, and even lettuce, tomatoes, and peppers can be easily grown in containers. Birdwatching Birdwatching is an easy and popular outdoor hobby that is great for anyone regardless of mobility levels as it can be done from a park bench. All you need are a pair of binoculars and a bird guidebook and a journal to identify and record the birds you find. Spring is an excellent time to take up this hobby as the migratory birds return and start to nest. Photography You can kick your birdwatching up a notch by bringing your camera along. Or perhaps you’d like to photograph something else like people, flowers, buildings… This is a hobby that can give you albums of beautiful memories to enjoy and share throughout the year. Knitting Knitting is a hobby that has caught on in all age groups in recent years. Knitting is a great activity to maintain hand mobility and dexterity that you can do anywhere, even outdoors. For even more fun, get some friends together and form a knitting group. Knitting is a creative hobby that can produce items you can use yourself, give as treasured gifts, or even sell to make a little extra cash. Walking Going for a walk is a great way to stay active while having fun outside. Walking helps maintain your health while you enjoy nature. Form a walking group with your neighbors to make it a social event and help inspire others to incorporate walking into their daily routines as well.  At  Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead an active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special! Ashbridge Manor is a safe, COVID-free senior living community.

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5 Ways Older Adults Can Boost Energy Levels

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As the years pass our energy levels steadily decline which leave many older adults struggling with low energy on a daily basis. This often leads to frustration resulting from not having the energy to do everything they wanted to do. If you need some fatigue battling strategies, you’ve come to the right place. Today we’re going to talk about  simple things you can do to give your energy a boost when a good night’s sleep just isn’t enough. Drink More Water Even if you don’t feel thirsty it’s important to drink enough water every day. As we age our sensation of thirst decreases. If you wait until you feel thirsty you may already be starting to become dehydrated, and dehydration will tank your energy quickly. Eight 8-oz glasses per day are the general rule, but ask your doctor what’s the right amount for you based on your health. Get Exercise Regularly Exercise may make you feel tired, but it will give you more energy in the long run. A short daily walk can go a long way towards boosting your energy. If your fitness level allows, aerobic exercise will give you even more of a boost. Always check with your doctor before starting any exercise program to be sure it’s right for you. Reduce Stress When you’re stressed you tend to not sleep well or eat well which leaves you feeling drained. Some steps you can take to immediately begin to reduce stress are practicing prayer or meditation, spending some time with or talking to a loved one, speaking to a therapist, spending time in nature, or even taking up a relaxing hobby. Improve Your Diet A deficiency of vitamins, minerals, and protein can leave you feeling sluggish. Protein is a nutrient that is often lacking in the diet of older adults. You can improve your diet by increasing your protein intake, making sure to get the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables, and reducing starchy, sugary, and processed foods. Have a Good Bedtime Routine When you don’t sleep well, you don’t wake feeling rested. Sleep issues become more common as we age, so having a good bedtime routine is important. Avoid television and screen time for at least an hour before bed, keep technology out of your bedroom, and keep your bedroom dark and cool but comfortable. Having a cup of herbal tea and reading a book are good ways to unwind before bed. Keep a Journal Everyone is different, so not every suggestion will work for everyone. When making changes to your lifestyle and routines go slow and keep a journal to document how you feel after each change. This will help you find what works best for you. At  Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead an active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special! Ashbridge Manor is a safe, COVID-free senior living community.

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Why Outdoor Activities Are Important for Seniors

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If there was something easy that you could do to boost your mood, reduce the need for medications, increase your vitamin D levels naturally, and get better sleep, would you want us to tell you about it? If your answer is yes, keep reading because that’s exactly what we’re here to discuss today. This isn’t a magic pill or complicated regimen. It’s completely free and anyone can do it. The answer- getting outside! Outdoor activities in nature benefit older adults in many ways. Here are a few reasons that getting out in the sunshine is so important for seniors. Sleep Better Engaging in physical activity outdoors regularly may help improve your sleep. Exercise increases the production of endorphins and other “happy chemicals” in the body, such as serotonin and dopamine. These natural chemicals not only help you feel happier, they also reduce stress and promote relaxation. Coupled with the extra energy used up by exercise you’ll feel more tired and relaxed at bedtime to help you fall asleep faster,  get into the deep phase of sleep sooner, and wake feeling more rested and refreshed. Activities don’t have to be strenuous. Keep it within your ability level whether it’s a leisurely stroll with a friend or sitting on a bench doing gentle stretching exercises. Increase Vitamin D Naturally Vitamin D deficiency is a very common concern. Low vitamin D levels are associated with a variety of health problems.. Modifying your diet to include vitamin D fortified foods and taking a supplement can help, but exposure to sunlight will help your body produce its own vitamin D. In fact, exposing your skin to sunlight for just 15 minutes can help your body produce up to 3,000 IU of this vital nutrient. So take your afternoon tea and newspaper outside and soak up some sunshine vitamins. Boost Your Mood One study by the University of York found that participating in nature-based activities for as little as 20 minutes a day for eight to 12 weeks improved moods and decreased stress and tension. Gardening was a favored activity in this study. Researchers at the University of Michigan found a connection between group nature walks and decreased feelings of stress and depression and an overall improvement in mental health. So whether you’re potting a flower, walking with friends, or simply sitting in the garden listening to the birds getting outdoors is important for a senior's physical and mental health. At Ashbridge Manor Senior Living, we pride ourselves on creating an environment that enables seniors to lead an active lifestyle to improve their health. When it’s time to transition to a senior living facility, contact our professional staff members and we can help make it easy. You can find us at 971 E. Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, PA, call 610.269.8800, or contact us online for more information. Ask us about our move-in special! Ashbridge Manor is a safe, COVID-free senior living community.

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